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      Choosing Table Tennis Balls

      Hey ! any suggestions what kind of balls to buy which company ( training balls ) not very professional balls ( *** star )

      I want to order from TT11 but idk which ! any suggestions !???

      thanks


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      Tibhar basic! Really great and long lasting

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      Joola training balls are great. 144 for 28ish quid from bribar. Ideal


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      TT11 - neotect select
      Very close to 3 star quality, and fact imo person opnion and experience, better than some 3 stars
      In total, i brough around 7 or 8 x 144 from TT11 already
      BYE BYE

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      Im not sure if they have it,but the Yasaka 1 star balls are very good.

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      Sadly I find Joola balls (even the 3*) very inconsistent. For that reason I avoid them if I can.

      A bit more pricey but I like Gewo 2* for training. As with everything I suppose you are likely to get what you pay for.

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      I am using Dunlop Forte Tournament 3* balls-they are quite good and very cheap-around $4 for 6

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      Quote Originally Posted by mahomedy13 View Post
      Im not sure if they have it,but the Yasaka 1 star balls are very good.
      I can agree to that

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      Quote Originally Posted by mahomedy13 View Post
      I am using Dunlop Forte Tournament 3* balls-they are quite good and very cheap-around $4 for 6
      Only at Makro though.Sportsmans warehouse got 3 for R55 ($5.5)

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      I used tibhar basic 40+ and Lion 1* plastic balls. Lion 1* have a great durability but otherwise tibhar liked more.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Tony's Table Tennis View Post
      TT11 - neotect select
      Very close to 3 star quality, and fact imo person opnion and experience, better than some 3 stars
      In total, i brough around 7 or 8 x 144 from TT11 already
      Hi Tony, are these plastic or Cell?

      Which training plastic balls do you use and recommend?

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